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Managerial storytelling in practice: dynamics and implications

Dr Stefanie Constanze Reissner | Management & Business Studies | 01 November 2010

The study investigated the purposive use of storytelling in management practice from the perspective of both storytelling and audience. It sought to understand how and when managers employ storytelling purposively and how employees perceive and react ...

The networked news lab

Professor Robin Mansell | Area & Development Studies | 31 October 2012

New communication technologies raise questions about the role of journalism in our societies, opening up the possibility for the profession to be, in many respects, reinvented. This knowledge exchange project focuses on the future of journalism in ke ...

Voice production mechanisms revealed

Professor David Howard | 01 March 2007

The most comment and effective communication channel between humans is voice and over the last 50 years or so, there have been considerable advances in our knowledge of voice production from an acoustic standpoint. This proposal seeks to enhance publ ...

Children's literacy and popular culture seminar group

Professor Jacqueline Marsh | Education | 09 July 2002

This seminar series examined the influence of popular culture, media and new technologies on the lives of children and young people and considered the implications for the literacy curriculum. Through a series of six seminars and a final conference, ...

Collaborative e-science for spatial decision-making in distributed environments

Dr Andrea Berardi | Interdisciplinary Studies | 01 August 2005

This project aims to develop and evaluate participatory distributed spatial decision-support tools in an international natural resource management context, with the resulting experiences and know-how encapsulated in open source e-learning resources. ...

Multiple-methods approaches to discourse topic structure

Miss Margaret Zellers | 01 March 2012

It is well known that people convey meaning in conversation not only with their choice of words, but also with the use of prosody: variations in pitch, loudness, and other characteristics of the sounds which can create different shades of meaning. Cu ...

Telecommunication networking strategies:the evolution of supplier/user relations

Professor Robin Mansell | Management and Business Studies | 01 April 1990

This project examined the strategies of telecommunication network operators in five countries as they sought to respond to the major changes in networking capabilities at the end of the 1980s and early 1990s. Case studies were conducted in the uk, fr ...

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